Chelsey Magness is hard to pin down in a few sentences. She has trained and taught across the US, Canada, Europe, South America, Australia, Russia, New Zealand and the Middle East. With a background in Ashtanga Vinyasa, traditional Hatha, Dutch Acrobatics, Thai massage, Slacklining, rock-climbing, whitewater guiding and ultra-endurance adventure sports, Chelsey uses her teaching to help her students (and herself!) constantly re-asses what is possible and to radically expand the limits of physical and mental potential. She's been featured in The New York Times, Womens Adventure Magazine, Wend Magazine, and has been fortunate to teach at such esteemed establishments as Yoga Journal Conferences, Telluride Yoga Festival, Kripalu, and Wanderlust. Want to get a hold of her and Jason? Check out their site- www.jandctraining.com or reach them at firstname.lastname@example.org She's been featured in The New York Times, Womens Adventure Magazine, Wend Magazine, and has been fortunate to teach at such esteemed establishments as Yoga Journal Conferences, Telluride Yoga Festival, Kripalu, and Wanderlust. Extra tidbit about Chelsey (from Jason!): In the search for potions of love, happiness, and immortality, there are many ingredients that are difficult to find. Even if one can pinpoint the ingredient, it is almost impossible to successfully distill the essence in a way that is useable. Most sages do agree however, that Chelsey's laugh is one such ingredient. So far all attempts at bottling it have failed. Until such time, our only option is to stay close to her....
Ready. Get Set. Pack! We asked the most nomadic YogaSlackers to share their packing ideas and packing essentials with you. Hope they inspire you to plan a summer full of traveling adventures. By Adi Carter, Chelsey Magness, Kendra Charts, Sam Salwei and Raquel Hernández This article contains affiliate links. It you were to purchase […]
As Yogaslackers, adventure racers and now “extreme adventure parents” – we have done quite a few bikepacking, backpacking, climbing and river trips with our two sons: Revel who just turned a year and Max, who is 3. Ever since Max was three months old we have been going out on missions as a family. While […]
In November 2018, our adventure racing team, Team BendRacing formally known as Team YogaSlackers won The Patagonian Expedition Race, a race known as the hardest race in the world. This was our 6th time racing it, and we have lots of history with it. You could say Patagonia, Chile and this race holds a big […]
The Road To Pendra was impassable! Bridge is out. “Not possible. You cannot go this way.” These were the words we heard over and over again in the village of Kawant, as we headed south to Pendra… a tiny dot on our map… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvORtbj9DO4
Luckily! We were not severely injured and were able to repair our shaw.
Soon after we started driving, we experienced our worst fear: a crash. Was this both the beginning and the end?!?